Friday, March 11, 2016

Five on Friday

Tis' Friday again, I'm beginning to think there's more than one of them in each week.  This week some of the bunnies decided that you should see how they navigate around this house after dark, because it really gets dark with all the high ceilings and few outdoor lights.  Though bunnies eat lots of carrots that are full of vitamin A they still need some help seeing in the dark so we have lots of nightlights.  They're  just for the bunnies, I don't need nightlights, I'm not afraid of the dark.

The First nightlight is in the hallway bathroom, it's a froggy and I gave him to Mac for Christmas to put in this bathroom because it's the one he usually uses.



The next light is under the desk in the living room.  The living room has 20 foot ceilings and only 2 narrow windows, it truly gets dark at night. It's a teacup and our daughter gave them to me as a gift one year.




The Third light is in the master bathroom and it's a bear.











The Fourth one is in the hallway upstairs, no windows so it's really dark at night.  It's another teacup.




The last light isn't a nightlight, but rather a small lamp we keep on in the upstairs bathroom any time we have guests staying over.






That's my Five on Friday, hope you visit Amy at Love Made My Home and all the other bloggers who are participating.









24 comments:

  1. What a lovely array of night lights, we don't have any at all but I do like Mr Froggy especially. The bunnies are very cute too.

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  2. I love your bunnies and beautiful night lights. I'm sure the bunnies can find their way during the night with their path lit. Have a fabulous weekend, Pat xx

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  3. Hi Janet, it's me again. I just wanted to thank you for the kind words you left on my previous post. It made my day. Hugs, Pat

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  4. I like unusual night lights. We have only one downstairs, in my bathroom. It is porcelain, poured into a flat mold of a block print. It's in the style of the old oil paper candle shades. I must take a picture of it some day. The fellow who made them eventually went back to block prints.

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  5. I LOVE nightlights and you have the best collection I've seen. I'm in love with the frog one, as it looks just like the whimical frog I painted on a watercolor note card.
    The tea cup ones are lovely too, and I have a tea cup with the lavender flower pattern.

    I truly enjoyed your Five for Friday post....You might say..You light up my life...HaHa.

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  6. Lovely nightlights, the frog is just great.

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  7. Lovely nightlights for those days when carrots just aren't enough. Love the froggy one and the teacups too:)

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  8. Such great lights, my favourite one has to be the bear. Have a lovely weekend.

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  9. You're certainly right. These Fridays are coming around thick and fast.
    xx

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  10. awwwwwww, so much fun. I adore all your nightlights !
    What a fun post today.

    cheers, parsnip

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  11. Do you know, I think you are right. I am sure that there must be more than one Friday in a week nowadays, they seem to come round as quickly as once a day!!! Time knows no bounds does it! Thank you for joining Five On Friday, I hope that you have a good weekend! xx

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  12. That's a nice way to find yourself around in the dark. Fun nightlights...

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  13. Your lights are very unusual. I have yogurt pots as lampshades, not as pretty as your cups. :-)

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  14. I've enjoyed seeing your bunnies and your different nightlights around your home. They are not only practical, but eye-catching especially the friendly looking frog.

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  15. I love your night lights, especially the frog one.
    We were down in your neck of the swamp today. Took in the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens and the museum in Richmond Hill. It was really hot in the gardens. I'm coming back when the crepe Myrtle is blooming, for sure.
    I don't think I've mentioned how much I love the painting in your header. Mac's work, I'm guessing.

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    1. It is one of Mac's paintings and is one of my favorites.

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  16. Lovely night lights. Don't they just give such a lovely glow.

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  17. I'm so happy you take such nice care of your bunnies that way - and light their way. Good to know you're not afraid though. ;)

    Loved all your lights but especially the sweet froggy. Have a great weekend! Xoxo

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  18. A wonderful collection and so nice to avoid those 'bumps in the night'! I love the frog :) x Karen

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  19. Those night lights are a great idea, love the frog
    Jill

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  20. How clever to make a night light from a teacup. Have a good weekend. B x

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  21. Each one is sweet & special but there's something about the frog that tickles me! Love it!
    Happy weekend!

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  22. Lovely night lights, such a great idea
    Clare

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  23. I live the frog one, he looks like he has so much character. A lovely collection and the tea cups are a great idea. I hope you are having a lovely weekend xx

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